Houses for Sale in Clontarf
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Clontarf is an upmarket coastal town located north-east of the city centre. Cycle, jog or stroll along the seafront and enjoy the expansive stretch of blue ocean. This provides nearby homes with incredible views and is one of the most luxurious areas north of the Liffey.
The average sold price for 2018 in Clontarf: €686,000
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Where is Clontarf?
Clontarf is a picturesque seaside town located on the East Coast of Dublin.
It is less than 10km from the city centre, and can be reached in one stop via the DART. Clontarf is also had a large nubmer of bus routes available to residents.
The town is also in close proximity to the Dublin Airport. Because Clontarf is close to the city centre, it is a popular place to live.
What is on Offer Locally?
Clontarf is perfect for families of all ages. It is abundant in businesses, markets, and convenience stores.
The town offers a stunning Promenade, with spectacular views of Dublin and plentiful walking and cycling trails. Due to its close proximity to the sea, Clontarf is a favourite for sailors, swimmers, and water sport enthusiasts.
St. Anne’s Park is internationally known for its 500-acre estate complete with a rose garden, arboretum, and numerous sporting facilities.
Other Clontarf landmarks include: Bull Island Nature Reserve, Bram Stoker’s Castle Dracula, and Dollymount Beach. There are also two golf courses and a vibrant shopping, restaurant, café, and pub scene.
Local Gem: Happy Out is the only cafe on Bull Island and offers diners enviable water views coupled with out-of-this-world Toasties and delicious coffee. An absolute must-visit and worth a dedicated trip if you aren't already a local!
Bull Island: Sand has heaped up over time to create an island which is now a bird sanctuary and the perfect place for a summer swim.
St. Anne's Golf Course: Situated within the nature reserve of Bull Island is this 18 hole course surrounded by the sea. A very unique location to have a hit and test your golfing skills!
Local Schools & Education:
Clontarf offers a variety of school choices, including five primary schools and three secondary schools. The town is also equipped with two special needs facilities.
Clontarf schools are known for their sports competitions, talent shows, and articulate and critical thinking practices.
Popular Property Types:
Clontarf properties are incredibly popular because residents enjoy the best of both worlds: the urban landscape of Dublin, and also a quiet and serene coastal escape.
Clontarf is desirable because it offers uninterrupted seaside views, lush greenery, historic mountains, and old-world charm.
Clontarf dwellings are styled traditionally while embracing modern amenities, spacious rooms, and sustainable energy efficiency. Clontarf offers homes in styles of: Victorian, country, modern, contemporary, Georgian, terrace, cottage, period style, and luxe red brick.
Finding Your Perfect Property:
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